This week’s breed isn’t a recognized breed.
The Easter Egger will never be a breed. Almost no two birds look alike. There are few identifiers to help you figure out the breed or lack there of.
At least one of the base breeds have to carry a blue egg gene. If they don’t lay blue eggs it’s not likely to produce an EE*. Green eggs are the product of a blue layer* and a brown layer. This cross shouldn’t be confused with Olive Eggers since a more precise cross is required to produce dark green eggs. Blue eggs are generally from a white layer and a blue layer, which in some cases creates prolific layers called Super Blues*.
The most commonly used blue layers for all color crosses are Auraucanas, Ameraucanas, and Cream Legbars. I may have forgotten something.
*I have no idea how pink eggs are created. I also don’t know how Cherry Eggers are created.
*By layer I mean they have that specific gene. It doesn’t matter if it’s a blue gene rooster over a brown gene hen or vise versa.
* Super Blues lay a lot of eggs. That’s pretty much all prolific means.